Postini to FOPE Migration Tool for Safe and Blocked Senders Lists RRS feed

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  • To migrate end user settings from Google Postini to Microsoft Forefront Online Protection for Exchange (FOPE) to Exchange, Snapp360 can take the user settings file export of Google user configuration and convert for use in the Microsoft Forefront Online Protection for Exchange service and Exchange.


    During migration from Google Postini to FOPE most customers only request that the end user whitelists and blacklists be transferred. Snapp360 will automate and streamline this process.


    Embrace360 experts can work with you to complete this task and any other settings that you want transferred or Snapp360 is simple enough to use on your own.

    Curtis Parker

    Monday, February 25, 2013 10:23 PM
  • I used the tool recently in my environment and it works the way it is designed.  Very simple and intuitive.  Love the tool.

    Marvin Mitchell

    Technology Architect

    Thursday, March 14, 2013 8:15 PM
  • As a financial company we had requirements to make sure we minimized end user noise during migration/transition and needed to migrate  existing safe senders and blocked senders lists and found Snapp360. The reason for this post in this forum is because Snapp360 is actually a decent tool to have in your arsenal of Exchange tools. It was originally designed to assist the existing Postini customers who hate that Google is KILLING Postini and making them GET OFF!!! and find something else :), but we were actually able to use it to quickly move our user safe/blocked list. Snapp360 just worked. No major hang ups at all.We did have to pay a relatively low cost to use it but it saved us a week of manual work in the end so it was worth it to us. It synched over 1k user lists in what seemed to be about 20 seconds if that :)


    You can find Snapp360 here: https://gumroad.com/l/OouH. If you wanna trial it you can for $1...it syncs 1 user :) https://gumroad.com/l/OTpV
    • Edited by Brandonwp Friday, March 15, 2013 4:35 AM
    Friday, March 15, 2013 4:24 AM